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Judges grill DOJ on claims that District Court erred in approval of AT&T-Time Warner merger

A panel of three appellate judges aggressively questioned the Justice Department Thursday over its argument to overturn District Court Judge Richard Leon's approval of AT&T's acquisition of Time Warner.

Wells Fargo to Host Holiday Mobile Pop-Up Food Bank at Discovery Green

Wells Fargo and Feeding America are joining together to fight hunger this holiday season. Wells Fargo is hosting a holiday mobile pop-up food bank at Discovery Green as part of its second annual Holiday Food Bank Program. Community members can ...

Amazon workers taken to hospitals after canister of bear repellent falls off shelf, discharges fumes

Two dozen workers at an Amazon fulfillment center in New Jersey were taken to hospitals Wednesday after an aerosol canister of bear repellent fell off a shelf and discharged fumes inside the building, a spokesperson for Robbinsville Township told CNN, ...

Police Searching for Someone Who is Quite Literally Stealing Christmas

Police in Duryea are looking for someone who is stealing Christmas decorations. Officers said a Christmas tree, decorations, and a tree stand have all been swiped from different businesses on Main Street ahead of the community's Christmas Stroll this weekend.

Black and Latino Drivers File Discrimination Class Action Against Amazon

A group of six Black and Latino former Amazon drivers filed a class action lawsuit today in Suffolk Superior Court, charging that Amazon illegally discriminated against them and other similarly-situated drivers when it fired them in 2016. The complaint alleges ...

Papa Murphy's Announces Refranchising Transaction in Texas

Tom Lovelace Company, LLC today announced the acquisition of nine Company-­owned stores and four franchise-owned stores in the Dallas, Texas area.

Chinese tourists are spending less at Tiffany's

Chinese tourists in the United States slowed their spending at Tiffany during its most recent quarter, a troubling sign for the jeweler.

Why Amazon could win the battle for holiday toy sales

Retailers are battling hard over toys, flat-screen TVs and new tech gadgets this holiday season, and Amazon appears to be in a strong position.

The battle is over: Campbell Soup and activist investor reach agreement

The vicious fight for control of Campbell Soup is over. For months, activist investor Daniel Loeb's hedge fund Third Point has been attempting to overhaul the soup company's board and install its own directors.

Facebook tries to stop next crisis after British lawmaker gets internal documents

A British lawmaker who has led investigations into disinformation on the internet was annoyed that Mark Zuckerberg turned down his invitation to appear before parliament this week. He probably has Zuckerberg's attention now.

How To Tackle Trust Issues In Your Family Business

A recent study noted that about 60 percent of family wealth disappears because of a lack of communication and trust among family members, and this can be especially true when the person who built a thriving family business retires or ...

Small Business Saturday Highlight: Houston’s New Emerging Entrepreneurs To Look Out For In 2019

Black-owned businesses are on the rise. You don't necessarily need a statistics chart to tell you, just look around.

Author & Entrepreneur Sonyia Graham Gives 10 Motivational Tips For The Entire Family On How To Fulfill Your Purpose

Author of the Original Blueprint Series chimes in with Style to give motivation tips to our readers.

Ice Cube and LL Cool J Are Planning to Buy 22 Regional Sports TV Networks Worth Billions

Rap legends turned actors, Ice Cube and LL Cool J, are joining forces, this time not as musicians, but as part of a dynamic group of investors hoping to place a bid on 22 regional sports television networks that the ...

New Funding Program Announced For Minority-Owned Small Businesses

The National Black Chamber of Commerce announces a new grant-funded program in collaboration with the Business Credit Literacy Initiative (BCLI), also a 501(c)(3) non-profit, to increase access to capital for its membership.

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